The brand new Vee Quiva Hotel & Casino, located just outside Phoenix, Arizona, is rewarding their poker players with the Super 49 Ticket Giveaway, a promotion that will send a …

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Bluffing is the part of poker that attracts the most attention and interest from those who are not really poker players themselves, but know what a bluff is. For poker …

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After closing down its operations in the state of New Jersey just a couple of months ago, the parent company of Nevada’s Ultimate Poker, Ultimate Gaming, has decided to close its operations in Nevada effective immediately.

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Former U.S. Congressman Ron Paul recently penned a piece for the Coalition for Consumer and Online Protection in support of online gaming in the country. C4COP is a group (backed …

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MGM Grand Detroit, the largest in terms of revenue of the three casinos in the city, has agreed to pay $350,000 in fines for misconduct ranging from serving alcohol to …

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Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS) is about value. Those who do the best job of finding value in the players they select generally win. The NBA is the ultimate value sport …

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Running a poker game from her house has landed a 90-year-old Georgia woman in jail on gambling charges, according to reporting from wbtv.com. The woman, Mary Morgan, set the record …

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As we approach the Thanksgiving holiday, all three of the states that have regulated online gaming and/or poker – Nevada, New Jersey and Delaware – have or will pass their first year anniversaries. Of late, however, none of these markets has been the revenue driver that their respective states had hoped for.

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The 2014 Pittsburgh Poker Open $1,100 main event at the Rivers Casino in Pittsburgh, PA has been won by one of the living legends of Poker, Phil Hellmuth. The 13-time …

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On Tuesday, Pennsylvania gaming regulators picked a winner for the license to build the second casino within Philadelphia’s city limits. It will be the fifth in close proximity to the …

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While watching this year’s World Series of Poker Championship Event final table, I noticed something that has become commonplace, the practice of min-raising. It wasn’t like I was noticing a new phenomenon, however, as it has been something that has been trending in big-stack poker tournaments for some time. What was a bit of a surprise to me was the conclusion that I’ve come to:  that min-raising has become, completely opposite of what its original usage was, a conservative move.

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When the final hand was dealt to mark the end of Season II of the Card Player Poker Tour, nine players had cashed out for six-figure paydays. Ireland’s Patrick Clarke …

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There’s a strategic error that many, if not most, fairly strong amateur no-limit players make. They make this error predictably and routinely. It’s a pretty big one too. I call …

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